This novel is fiction of the highest quality. It’s easy on the reader at the beginning, introducing itself in a friendly way, but becoming more challenging – and more rewarding – as the pages turn. If you can handle this kind of adventure, then give it a go; be generous and try at least the first couple of pages. The tale draws the reader in slowly, but with enough interest, will generate intrigue and further roads into the adventure will soon be opened up…
It is a story about a wise man, who made himself a slave in order to gain people’s support over an invented king. The king was the Korban sacrifice that enabled the kingdom to continue, a ploy, planned with the most intricate knowledge of the inevitable outcome of his actions.
When a boy, the slave was bullied at school. He was thought to be an idiot as nothing of what he said made sense to anyone. However, what was thought to be nothing but mindless babblings were the kernels of ideas that would eventually change the whole world.
It is you, however, who will make or break the success of his future… if you give him a chance to tell his story to you. Like many beginnings it is rather mundane, plain even, like everyday life, but every adventure has small beginnings, like a seed, and with your interest – like rain and sunshine – it will supply the nourishment that will enable it to grow more complex as the tale unfolds, leading, with your goodwill, to a scintillating climax!
This little bullied boy is destined to become the wealthiest person on Earth. He doesn’t need the money – indeed it is irrelevant to him – but there are many things that he does yearn for. His invention made him money; enough money for him to become a king, but he gave the kingdom to a domineer to rule, and ganged up with the bad guys – groups that by conflict attracted each other. They were baited like fish, a costly sacrifice from the people, until the Restoration Time begins. This is where we begin our story – the end of the first part where the new part of the story begins. But let’s start from the beginning…